Examples of -ISM
Beverly Boulevard is awash in meta-ism today.
(Deborah Vankin in Los Angeles Times - Entertainment News, )
The most confusing fashion-ism of the current moment is 'Cruise'.
(The Independent - Fashion, )
Not many leaders have a economic era named for them. CNN's Jim Boulden explores Thatcher-ism.
(CNN - World Business, )
Starring Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant as a suburban couple faced with a sudden bout of zombie-ism, the heavily serialized 10 half-hours do go down pretty easy binge-wise.
(CNN - Entertainment, )
In an angry exchange with David Davies, the Good Morning Britain presenter Piers Morgan said there was 'a whiff of unpleasant racism and anti-foreigner-ism' about the migrant age row.
(Daily Mail - News, )
Inspired by the athleticism of the ancient Athenians, he gave his invention a Greek name, although his Greek was a bit off; it's more of an adjective than a noun, and translates as something akin to 'ball-ism'.
(The Independent - Gadgets & Tech, )
Former President Obama and other top Democrats are focusing efforts on state-level races and ending the reconfiguring of voting districts through the politically-laden process known as gerrymandering -- a combined effort to end “Trump-ism” and help their party regain control of Congress and legislatures across the country.
(Fox News - Politics, )
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